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you get thls stove?see thst the nam?pl?te reads " NeWPorfectioo." Many Women who are Splendid Cooks dread having to prepare an elab orate dinner because they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coal range. This is especially true in summer. Every w o m a n takes pride in the table she sets, but often it is done at tremen dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking on a coal range in a hot kitchen. It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing a nne dinner. Even in the heat of summer you can cook a large dinner without being New Ver/ceiiott KICK UbliC FLAMh Oil Cook-stove Gives no outside heat, no smell, no smoke. It will cook the biggeat dinner without heatlng the kitchen cr the cook. It Is immediately Hghted and immedi ately extinguished. It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a handle. .There's no drudgery connected with it, no coal to carry, no wood to chop. You don't have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes till its fire gets going. Apply a light and ItSs rendy. By slmply turning the wick up or down you get a slow or an intense heat on the bottom ofthe pot, pan, kettle or oven, and nowhere else. It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot, drop shelves for coffee, teapot or saucopan, and even a rack for towels. It saves time, worry. health and ternper. Ittdoes all a woman needs and more than she expects. Made with 1, 2, and 3 burnere; the 2 and g-burner slzes can be had with or without Cabinet. "*? B*sri desJer eTerywberf-. 11 not at yonr?. vrrlt* for DcscrtpUv* Clr<-u!^r to tl.e nearest srsocy ef tb* Staiidard Oil Company (Incorporatedy_ The New Perfection, Sold by Elliott, 428 King St. One burner. ?5.00. Two hurncr. STM. Three bumer. .9.50. my23 lm Ovena and Cabincts Extra. r^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia-^iiiiiiiiiiiiaxn Eimni Modern and Up-to-date in Every Respect Corner King and Royal Streets Capital, $100,000 Depositors in the Savings Department are re quested to bring in their pass books as early as convenient and have the interest due April 1 entered in the same. We Solicit Your Banking Business hlTTTTTTTTTTlTIXgIIIIIIIIIIIIlXXXAAJ.XJ [I-f First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS M G. L. BOOTHE. President 0< M. D. HARl.OW. Vac-Prcsidcnt ? GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier J. J.GREEN. Assistant Cashier ? ft GARDNER L. BOOTHE [2 BEKOIT BAER. JR. $ M ih. HARLOW DIRECTORS GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRAN'CIS L. SMITH RESOURCES ? l - UotxU I IVinkiim llotisi Inir iioiii Itnnkssnd Ite norve Agonts. C:is|, ., . II ? <nt. r-'und. LIABILITIES Capitnl. Sili|ilus :unl Proflt < irculatlon. I>l'|ll|sils. Other Llabilities.. (100.000.00 is...:,^.:,i ?SI.IUO.00 1,410.01 H ,228,888.42 i? bank with Its aniplo capital and surplua. IU sdequate equlprnenl ,n<l i:? iiin.s. w.liciu thi of manufacturers. wholesaleni, retallers ,,i.l Indi. idtmlKon the heat U?rma conslstenl with nound banking. ,-,!,,..,. liui.lh.Is;,iis|:?t,,rilv : ll.ni. t<H) BUiall to be ? i:il. e! o ssss^sprprs^o:^^^ BARGAINS ln Ladies' Tan Calf, also Golden Brown Viee Oxfords for This Week. As xxc art detcrmiacd to clos i ul all broken lots rctfardkss of cost. We have a oood manj >maH sizes: aiao narro". widths. amont? them: we have some broken lotl in black: also Wbite Canvaaa Oxfords which WC w.ll sell at the samc s.icMtui prices. Come early and look them over. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. THOS. W. ROBINSON ATLAS CemenT MakesThe Best Concrete J| For SalelbylGEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ?Al.lAAM'KIA. VA. ei'Lis iu Cenu 1,1. l.m... llau. i alcini .1 I'laster. Wall Plaster, Terrat'otta Sewer fc l-il < :u .1 1 lt:. 1 uoi ;., l-iieJLrieks, 1 ire tlay.&C. p-TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTirarcro^ U Edward L. Daingcrfield. President CITIZENS' NATiONAL BANK of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL. <100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 Officers Carroll Pierce. Vice President Richard M. Grcen. Cashier ^ J. C. Smoot Worth Hulfish M. A. Ahcrn Directors Edward L. Daintfcrficld Jas W. Roberts Carroll Pierce Urban S. Lambert REBOURCE8. jjfffju. |6.7WS&? ij. R Bonds i" Beeure elroulation. Bonds to Beeure 1 , B. DepOHtl.??? Other B.I- and Stocks. Banking Houae snd Real Kstal.-.;; Cash.i-.:*'-.-> Due iroiii Bankssnd Re . rents.lSl.8TO.38 1,000.00 56,17400 52,Hjfi.07 Sl; lflO.2S7.91 II! I LIABILITIES. Cnpltal. Suriiltis. I n'liv Idod I'roiiis. (Mrculstion. |l|-|Hlsits. V. 8. Deposlt. .. . ioo.aio.oo 22.7M.10 0(1,300.00 74N.0O0.29 1,000.00 ?l.t?-.vlll I ^TTTTTTTTTTlTTTl^TTTIIIXIIirilll^rillllll^ggll^^ Watch the Watch bought here and you'll jcc a time pieecaa reliable as the sun. Evcn our least expensive watches are warrantcd timckcepers and wc stand ready to make the guaran tec tfood. Rcliahility isthewateh word of this store. It applics not only to our watches but to every articlc of jcwelry wc handlc. For trash you must go clscwhcrc. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 34:. PARK AGNEW. Proprietor. The Bromllaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Frontand Building Sand WORKS: Hunting Crcck. Telephone 107. The Besl of Kverj thlng. William's Empress Floating Bath Soap 6 cakes for 25c 616 King Street SPECIAL SALE OF Burt Shoes Below Cost. Ilavlng purchased at aoireat sacrlflco a lai.lot of thls hlgb-gradc sboe? 1 si.ll .,.11 si.?. a.-,.ot)andfa.ougra?les wniictnej l:lM ;,; IhC rldlCOloUS l-riee ?2.99 L. Rosenblot, 923 King St. BUILDING MATKKI Uf! [B8TABLI8ILED 1803.] Henry K.Ficld&Co., Bueeeaaors to J08IAI1 II. D. BMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KIM'v Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Office and Yard 115 K. Dnlon street I'a.-iorv No. Ill N. I.street Mal.-ri'at 1 >,li ver.d FREE ln the eity AI.MINlsTK .TOR'SNOTU B. Itov Ing iiuallfled as admlnlstrator ol the eatate ofthe late Mra FKAKCHj \. ?V.H1 | i,-|; all peraons Indebtco to satu CBtate are requeated to make protnpl pavn.en:. an.l all peraons having elalms againsl aale estate are requested to pre s.-nt tbe game i.ropeilv e.riilie.l for aci ,;,:;!,:,:,. oariIneiil i*o<>?e j,.i.-, i,it Alexandria. \ [rginla. Virginia Military Institute "The West Point of the south" CollfR-ialc and ti-cleiioal conrs.s combtneil ?with ihe rlsrlddlacipllne ?fan army post. VInriala Cn.lris ttiitu n r l..iin.ton?Vs. Ban. E. W. NICHOLS. Sust. F1ITV YEARS' l.ALl'.Kll.M I. OF AN' OLD NTKSL. Mr-. Winslow'sSootbing Ryruplathe preaeription of one <.r tbe besl fernalc pbyatclana and nnrsea ln tbe United States, and has been ueedfortlfty years vvilli never-railinj: slle.es- Lv iiiilli-.n- Ol niotbers lor tbeir ebildieii. Il relieve ibe eliild froin pain. etir.-s diarrboea. grlplng ill tbe l.ovvels. alld vviti.l eolie. By i;iv Ing h.-alib io ib.- ebil.l it reata tln* motner. Twenty-flve eenta ? bottle. Coal Coke Wood ord.-r yonr Coal before theadvanee al loweat Minmi.r pri.es. Besl qumllty, prompt delivery and bottom price. l-hoii.- 86. I o W. A.IT1 II !?>' 'N. 107 aotith Royal streel ji-.'-tr WANTI.K A good WHITE MAN f..r tbeatable at Raveiisvvortb. WsSi*} to Mra L1.L Burke, Virjtinia. rnarll tf TO THE Owners of Dogs! MA VORVH OFFICE, Alexandria. Va., June 11, 1910. All neraons ownlng "r latondlng i" keepany anluial ot tne dog or eanlne spi-i-ii-s shniilil come lorward on nr bcforo .11 \i; TUT.NTV-KHiHTII. 1910, and take uiit :i lieense Ibr the sarrte Irotn the Audltor. After tho 90th of June all |,ii-.iiis ,,u ning nr barboring dogs wlth (iiit tbe re?iulrwl lieense are subject to :> One as the lawaon thoaubjeel rcqulroof (B,oo ni ? t'omplaint h:is hcen frequcntly made tliat many iteraona fail to take oul ilnir li.-riis,.. aml that otheni pay i>n one or two 11. >lt - when ownlng snd harfooring inon>, or who Hvnd aueh doga sway <lur Ing tln summer months and bring fhom Imi-k in the bill. Attention has beencaTledto tlii* eva siuii ofthe law, and pollceiuen will re? port all Mnii eaaea, and Mm-s ean l?' Im i..1 n|ton tboae who f:iil to take <>ut Ii,-, I,-,. after trial In the Police < ourt ln nril'T l" :iv niil mii.v i-'i-riUis peraons w bn make applieation for Ih-enaea would llu ui ll tn u riii- thelrnamesand numlier of i. iiii-in??-. street, etc., on a oard <?r p.-t|i,-i- n hen makinsrapplieation for their lii-nisi-s to the Audltor. Attention ls alao called to the fact thal whlle iln' |.:ivtin-iii ofa lieenae 11\ i- n ,iuiriil iiv ihe laws ofthe eity, whether a dog Ia kepl os the premlaes of the owneratall timeaor not, jrot the paj menl of such bu doei not entltle Uic dog i" the iiurestrlcted uae of tln- Btreela and alleys of the Htv, both day and night, for II 1* i,r.,v i.l.-,l by law that: "The Mayor, In addition, atauj sjid all tlmea, In his dis ,.,-, ii,,ii. |.\ proclamation, shall doulare lhal all aiich dogs a*above licenaed shall i?. ~, ,iii,i\ liiiiz/iiil. snd If any suoli ilogn I'" r.n'iiiil running :it large during the <-.>titiiitinn<-<- nf sii.-h nroehunatlon without the renulred miisale they shall l?. Heixe.1 ln tlie policr forcr or Olher i?is,,iis uYiiignatcd bj the Mayor for Hiieh |.iii|nisi- andeonvej cdtoasuUauJi) ulaee and deatitM <*?L" li;i.D. .1. PAFF, Mayor. The following laa copy ofHectlon W pi the Lieense Iaw: '?Oneverj dog.regard l,.s ofsex. one dollarand Qftj eenta." i'-ii -'"_,_ FERTILIZEBS .iniiN r. i:.iii\s.,\. Obo. 8 i'iim h Preaident Beeretorjr. Alexandria Fertilizer and Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials aod Sulphuric tcid. Ask your dealer for tha Alexandria Pertilirsir and Chemical Oa'a Products. Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum. Prineeas Streel and Potomae River Wharf._.\lr\:iinlri.i. \'iryiiiin. RICHARD H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS oi i ii i: wii sroaas: I1M17 n. nm st,arr. Dcalcr in Hardwarc. Paints. Agricul tural Implemcnts. Vehicles.Harness. Field and Gardcn Seeds. w \ki ii-.i -I s. .,,1 ni i viiin anuorr, oa i.im. Ol BOn 111 KN i: ?-"?? -v. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andallkindsof Mill Feed wm alwaj - keep Ia stoek tha blgCM grade of theae artielea. Phonc2?l. GreenhouaeaB. PatrlckSt D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera niums, $1.00 per dozen. Faneral vrork promptlj sttended to. l>< livi-nil toall piuta ofthe dtj BA nSFAl IIOM 01 AKANTEED. Msatf aaMa^iAna Sazettt\ M.AHAV KVI.NINi;, .M M Their Old Storiea. A man whv never could tell a story Jolued a story tellcrs' club tbat thought lt bad a corner on the bumor of tbe universe. The man got along very well so long ns he dldn't have to say anything, but there came a time when he was put on the program for a huinorous story, and then his wife coached him for a week beforehand on oue of her own funnlest stories. When he came home from the story telllng contest she asked him how thlngs srent Ile said: "Pretty well. All the other fellows told some mlghty good one3." Then ho gave a synopsls of the good ones the other fellows had told. "Darned clever, thoso chaps are," hc said. "I don't know what they would think of me lf they knew I had learned my story from a woman. They don't think much of a woman's sense of humor." "You needn't let that worry you. dear," she said sweetly. "I have heard the other fellows' wlvcs tell their old stories at card partles for tha Iast flvo years."?New York Press. Where Knowledge Was Bliss. A certaln professor of hlstology who delivers lectures ln oue of the eastern colleges ls not averse to a qulet blt of dlversion on tbe side, as Instance his wlfe's dlscovery. "See here, Robert," said she to the doctor ns she fumbled Iu his pockets after his late arrlval home, "what are all the.se red, white and blue dlsks 1 ' llnd here In your pocket?" "Eh? Yes-why?Ihosc-are?thnt ls -I use-cb-I mean dlsks?to Ulustrate my leetnrea on tbe Mood You see, the white ones ropresent the white cor puscles aud tbe red oues the red cor poaclM of the blood." "And, pray, what do the bluo ones r.-pr. -ei.t?" ?I-ItiV 'ibe blue ones? Oh?yes-h'm! Why-er-certalnly-they reprosent the eorpuscles of the vemnis ulood." Well, maybe she t.elieve.i him and maybe? weU, he quit piayim? poker, at nny rate.?Harper's Weekly. Keeping the Pledge. "Your honor," plcaded ? woman ln a police court, "1 am the mother of six chllilron. Last wi-ek thls tnnu came bome, and be did uot givo mo I cent of his weok's pay. Ever sluce tbsl time he h;is beeo dolnf nothing bul drink, and he won't work, so 1 want you to glvo him a good long sentence." "Your honor." said the man. "If you'll let tne go thls time 1* 11 slgn the pcldgo for flve yenra nnd"? "Don't you let him do lt, judge," hot ly broke iu the woman. "I was easy with him last time. and he took tho pledge, bol dldn't keep it" "Sure, your honor, 1 dld keep it." said the man. "Yes. your honor, he kept lt all right," broke In the woman again. "He swore that he wouldn't drink nny more whisky. bol the next night ho came home drunk on beer."? I'hlladel fihla Telegraph. Music of the Blood. Have you ever lu-ard your blood? Have you ever put one of those large seashells to your ear aud heard what the children say Is the sound of the fee, the "music of the waves?" Well. that Is really tho sound of your blood -as It clrculates-echoed ln the onipty shell. Yon can hear lt somellmes when your hr-ad is on a plllow, but It does not sound musloal then. Try tbe shell at any time and you will tlnd that jrour btoOd is always flowing Stlck your thnmh in your ear and lls leo. That ls iiatmv's way of cotistant ly carrylng the Dourtehment from well digested food to every part of you/ body. _ A Budding Financier. ?T've got a huy ln my emptoy who will ho a king of llnaneo some day." said a man who bas a factory in New York. "A few weeks ago he sold a pair of bomlog pigeons to a man ln Hrooklyn. Two days sfterwsrd the pigeons appeared at bis window, An other Brooklynltc boogfat them. and i tho t.irds came back. Tbe boj has Jual made a third aale. I am aron derlng if I had not hetter get rld of him hefore he tri.-n to sell me my own factory." Foxy. Illta (looklng at photoi-Oh, yes. be'a handsotne ciioukIi. but he's an awftii bounder. BteHa-Wlmf did he doi Itlt.-i-Didn't I tell you? He made an nwful fuss with me one season and tben asked me if i thougbt thal dad would object to him as n son iu law I said no, I tbooght not. and be v."ii' away and proposed to my slstcr.?Illus trated Itlts. The Lacking Stroke. "Do you thlnk it would improve my style," luquired the vaislty man who had got Into the crew through favor llism. "If I were io anpiire a taftef stroke?" "It would Improve the crew." replled the candid tralner. "If you got a nern lytlc stroke."-London Tit-Blts. The Point of View. "Why so sad, old nianV" "Tho doctor wants my wlfo to trarrt two months." "I understand. Sorry for you." "Understand? No, you don't. She will not go:"-Fllegende Blatter. The Juvenile Idea. ,r\Ylllle. do you know what hnp pens to the bad little boys?" "Sure." "Wbatr "They have more fun than the good little boys.''?Chicago Post. You flnd people ready enough to do the Ramnrlfnn-without the oil and twnpencc.?Sydney Smith._ If you nre u.,t satisli.-.l after tising according to directions two-thirds ofa bottle of Cbamberlain'a Btomacfa aad Liv.-r Tal.lt t.-. you .an bave your inoti.-y back. Tln-tal.l.-is . i. ,ins,-;in.i Lnvigo ratethestomach, bnprove the digestkm, regnlate th.- bowda GHve them ? trial ati-1 gr-t well. Bold by W. F. Creighton aud Richard Gibson. For Rent fel2 Kintf Street. Fine atore room. $37.50 319 King street. Large store room. $25.00 301 Cameron atreet. Store and dwelling. For Rent 42 7 Kinfl Street. Second floor office rooma. $15.00 42 7 King street. Third floor office rooms. $1400 1923 Duke street. 6 room frame and bath. $14-00 1101 Prince street. 7 room brick. $12.00 312 south Henry street. 6 room frame. $7.00 621 south Patrick street. 5 room frame. $.700 Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE. KING AND ROYAL STREETS $25.00 t street. room brick 120.00 i Royal stre< rooms bricl $18.00 e street, room brick $15.00 1227 King street. 9 room brick and bath. 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. 1011 Duke street. 7 room brick. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Shows New Rides Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics j,., ..,? BAWHITING, MAWAGBH SUMMER PRICES ANTHRACITE COAE Our 1910 summer prloeson Anthracite Coal beoarac cffectlve Monday. May 2, 1;'" Tbere _U never l.e.-i, a time in tlie bistorv ofOUT bualnew wh.-n we fell tbat we vveie-il.le to-'ive better values in A ntliraeite < oal than WC ean thls s. a?oii.a s unlform in quallty. well prepared, and coal tbat ?111 glve i.n i>, tt. i .. suita tii.in "" \) igTr dealre to g(ve onr trade the besl values tbat can bo bad. and we een> ,-iiv soii.-it the orders of our friondaand ouatomera W. A. SMOOT &. CO., INC. ES&V&SgSSSS&Si ?.\ OBDEB OPPICB.^?. K.N..STKKKT The Eyes of a Bea. Every bee hns two klnda of eyes? the two large compound ouea looklng like hemlsphcres on eilher side. aid the three simple ones wbicb iTOWU the iop of his bead. Each compound eye ls compoeed of 3.500 facets -that Is to say, an objeet is reflected 8J5Q0 tlmea on Its surface. Bvery ":i>' of these facets ls the hase of an Inrerted hex dguusl pyramid wbose apei ls fltted tn th,) bead. Bacb pyramid may be termed an eye, for each has its OWU Irla and optlC neive How these In Rects manige thls uiarvelous number of eyes ls not yet known. They are Immovsble, but mobllltj ls unneceesar? becauae of the range <>f rlslon afford ed by the posJtion and the number of facets. They have no llds. but an protected frotu dust and injury by rows of balrs growlng sloog the llnes at the Junctlons of the facets. Tbe slniple eyes are supposed to bare been given the bee to anable it to see sbove Its head when lutent upon gatbering honey from the CUps cf tlowers. Prob nbly thls may be one reason, but It ls llkeiy thore are other uses for them not yet ascertalned.-I'earson's Week iy. _ Beating the Postoffice. Here ls a rarkme [>roeess by which the I'rench DOStofflCS was beaten. A wealtby merchant who refused to pay an execss fee was sued by the posfal authorltles and lost the suit. He re tallated by building n shanty In a re mote district of the Hautes-Alpes, BbOUt twetity mlles from nny postof II' i', and installlng thereio a shepherd, ln wbose name he subscrlbed to tho daily Petit .lournal. Accordlng to tho torms of tbe postal monopoly ln Trance, the department ls bound to prorlde a daily service wherever re riuired, and lt would have been neces sary to engage a postman solely for the dellvery of thls newapaper, ns no other house Is to be found wlthln a radlus of about elght mlles. Tho post? office, sooner than etnbark on an ex pendltnre of about $240 a year, con sented to forego the 10 centlracs (2 eenta) in dlspote, paj the defendant's costs and compensate the shepherd for the loss of his daily paper. Donizatti and Coffee. Doolsettl, composer of "Luda di Lainuiirmn.ir," soti^ht Inspiratlon ln tho coffeepot. It would be Intereetlng to know a vurately tbe total amouot of coffee thia erratlc genlus managed to cousume during his short career. It was hi.< bablt to ahut bimaalf up in his room with wrltlng matetials and tbree or four coffeepots full of steamlng cof? fee. When these were emptled he or? dered in tbree or fi>ur more snd. these .-il <if in their turn. sootber tbree or four. His blogtupber says that tbe ani'iiint of rofles be drank was "fabu lous." and ooe can wili believo it. The effect on his once fine constltistlon was deplorable. His face sbrtreled and turned yellow, his lips became hla? k. and with the Inevltable hreakdown of his nervous system his genlus fell rap ldly Into premattire decay. Routed the Enemy. In some of the London courts there are privnte dining rooms reeaired f*r the exeluslve use of the legal frat?-r nlty. Into one of these rooms one day tbere bustled a gaunt fetuaie who on being conrteously approached by a Junlor counsel flatly deollned to leave. Thereupon an uublushing Q. C. looked the lady In the fuce and expressed his mind. Still she dld not budge. Coun aelor Lockwood then lntervened. "I do not thlnk there ls anythlng unseem ly In tbis lady's presence," quoth be. "She wears n gowu and-yes, I'm pretty sure that she also weara a wlg." Tbe lady went?London Tatler. A (OSTIA l.l>SO\. William Farley, who iaemployed in a garagc in New York, learned ? coatly lesson aboutgaaoline onFriday. His life may pay tlie price. At the back ofthe garage is a brickcd nji well. Under the Boorol the well an- three gasoline tanks. An oil wagon nras filling the tanki from an outside inlet yesterday and Farley was s,.|,t back to see how near full tlie tanks were. He had a lighted cigarette in his moutb. Climbing down into the well, with the cigarette still burning, Farley un ?crewed the cap over one of tln- hib terranean tanks. then loancd .1<>wii over tln- opening to look at the gaaoline. Tln- rapor struck the cigarette. There was an cxplosion wbich shook tln- wholc automobile district Farley was tos.e.l up bigh in the air. When he eanie down ln- lay Benseleas beside the open v.iit. from whicb Bames were iasuing in a roaring column. Parley's hair was all on Bre and so was j|j_ clotlling, Three . haiit't'.-iiis ran to tln well, elos, .1 the V.tlt all.l lifofcl Fillley out. Farley's face was t.rril.ly burned and he is belleved to have internal iir juries. _ President Taft r.-.-. iv.-.i the honorarj .1.-'i-i e of doetor of lurlaprudence from the Collegeal Y'illaXova, l'a, Saturday. lle iater d.liveie.i aii addreas and pre> lented the dlplomaa A semioffldal note intimatea thal if the Vatican insists upon coupling its protest againsl tbe Bpaniah royal <!<? eree i88UCd "11 ,llll)e 1 1 . willl tlie tie gotiationa to rerise the concordat, the government will break off all nego tiations, The royal decree authorizes the edifices ol non-CatboHc retigious societies to dispray the insignia for public worship and other ceremonies. I'sin^ mail sacka p> deadi n the sound of the exploaion. four robbera bkni the iafe of the poatofficc in Phyor Cn ok, i ik'.i. Saturday andes. ape.l with |5,000 in stanips and *L") in eash. The Granville express on Saturday craabed into the roar of a local train standing at tbe station al V'illepreux, Franee. Botli train- were wrecked aud tlie wreckage caughl Bre. Nine 1, .ii d.ad and 80 injiirci wre taken out. B IL F. Kii'.x. Am-tioiieer. V VTRTUKOF A DECRKKOF THE . Corporation Courl of ti.Itj .u Alexandria, Va. cntercd on the 25tn day ofjuly, 1907. in the ehanccrj cauae ,,1'M.n-v F. Kllfott vs. Katharlno Bauer, etal., pending in the saldeourt. ti deralsrqed eommlaidoner will ofler tor mlc, at public auetlon, on SATURDAY, tbe 2nd day of July, l'.'lu. at 1 ? o'elock in., ln rront ofthe Royal atreet entrance to the markel building, the following deseribod property, to wit a.11 that lot of ground, with Irnprove iin-iits thereon, In the sai.l eity of Alex? andria. Va- beginning al the Inb tion of tbe BOUth side of King street with thoeaat side of Payne street,and run? nlng thenee eaat twenty-era (28) feet elghi - Inebes to the llne formerly Bryan'a; thenee south twenti aeven (27 feet; thenee weart six (61 leet; thenee south to Commerce street; and thenee witb i oinin.-ree stre.-t to Payne street; and thenee north <.n Payne atreet t<> tbe beginning; witb all appurtenancea Termsofaale One-thlrd eash and the l.alanee i*t two e.pial in-tallitielits al one and two yeara from date of sale; thodc I'err.-.l pa'v in.-iits to pay Intereat atslx per eent and to be secured by Ihe reten li-.n ofthe title until the same are paid. orail eash at the optlon of tbe pui .-r. (ost ofoonveyance at the expenae orthe i-n-i..i-;;|r.(I.(;IiA<!4sTl.AKT. (-oiniiii ?ionerol Sale. | N.v.ll S. Oret?iiavvay. I'lerk 6f tbe Corporation Court. hoifhy eertify that the I......I required ln trie al.ove .-n.is, ha? le.n duly executcd i.y th.- above .omiiii?ioiei of sale, witb auJSelent siir.-ty. n'k\ ELL s. GREENAWAY, Clerk. jeli; ul RAILROAD6 Southern Railway. Trains leave I'nioii Slathm. Alexandria. Iu ,-lVi .t .liini- l:l. UMO. X. B. Followingachedule ugureepub lishcd oiilv as inl'ormalioii. and are not guaranteed. 7:17 A. M. Daill local between VfajsV ington and Danville. 8:47 A.M. Dalb Local for Ha*Tieee> 1.11 !-?' and way atatlons. Ihl7 A. M. Dailj U. 8. Past Mail. Btopsonly torpassengera for pointa south at which acheuiued to stop. Pirsl siass .1 i.ii, s. si,.,.|,iug cars to Birmingham and drawing room sleeping oars to New 1 >rle?ng. Dining ear aerrloe. 11:17 A.M. Daily Mail train. Coaehes for Mniass.is.i ihariotteas ill.-.l.v nebburg, Danville and Oreenaboro. Sleeping oara Oreensboro i,, Atl.uiia. 1:17 P. M Week dav i Local n>r W'ar reiiiim aml Harrison burg. 132 P. M. Daily -Birmingham spee bul. Sleeping eara between New York, Augiuta. Aiken and Jsekaonvllle. si,-,-|i,-r to Birmingham, Through Brsl claaa coachea between Washington and Jackaonville. Dining ear serviee. Tour i>i tn < alifornia four times weekl) . :!:.vj iv >t. Week days Local for llar rlsonburgaiiilwav s!:iij,,ns mi Manassas branch. Pullman biuTet parlorear. 5:12 P. M Daily Local foff W.irren ton and < harlotteHvllle. iorJ7 p. m. Daily?Washiugtoa and Chattanooga Limited via Lvnebburg). Flret-claxs eoaeh aml sleeping oars to Roauokc, Knoxville and Chattanooga. KleeportoNew Orleana, Waahington t<> Roanoke. Dining rar sen Ice. IIjK iv m. DajTj \,.,.. v'ork. AUaata aml Now Orleana Limited. All Pullman train. elubandobseivation oars tn New Orleana. Sleeping cars to Aahevllle, Atlanta, Maeon aml \v? Orleana Bleep ing rai-s n> (h.irlottc. Dining car scrv ice i;j7A. \! Daily M.-mi.liis apecial. Sleeping cara and eoaehea Ibr Roanoke. Knoxville Vishvillc. Chattaaoog*. aml Mempbis. Dining car service. Wash? ington sleeping cars open IOjOO I'. M. Through rtalnsfrom the southsurivo ai Alexandria (5:13 and 028 snd 1023 a. m. J:i::. 7:J-s. 10:13and lldti I'. M.daily, llar? riaonburg U3N A. M. week >lav s and 9:13 I'. M. daily. From Charlottesvlllo D28 \. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. I.iavc Alexandria (W. A O. st:iii. week daya at -:--' A. M., 1:40, I?:- an.l 5:10 i". M. I'm- Bluemont: (J35 P. M week daya for Leeahurg:.r?:15 l". M. daill for Lllucuiont and i?jM amln 22 A. M., local, andftJKA M. I.id. on Sund.-iv -a only for DIll.llllOUl. Fordotalled Bchedule Bgures,tleketa Pullman iv.-rrv aiiuii. ete., Bpplj to WILLIAM <;? l.l.HIU Union Tlekel Agent, UeXandria, Va. K. II. CtTAPMAN, (in ersl Mannger. s. II. IIAKDU ICK, l'a--. Trsf. Mgr. II. P. CARY. General Paaaenger Agent L. s. BROWN, Oonerri Agent. Waahlngtor>. l?. C. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. In .-lic-t May I. 19ia ii vvi: vt.i:\ vM.iii v. Por Washington. from oorner Prince aml Royal streets, week .la.vs. al 540, 0O5. 6 2ii, o 30,.; i". i! w, t ..... r i...7 30,7 n>. 7 GO, 8 00, H IA, 8 J.".. H ::.,. - .*>. :> lo. D30, 950, io lo. 1030. 1050, II le. II 35, II 30, 11 in.. 12 10, 12 35, 1230. 1250, I 10, I 25, I :si 1 50, J 10, 2 35, 2 30, 2 30, 3 05, 3 J"..:! :?.. 8 ?"''. I in. l 25, 1 30, I 40, 4 .V?, 5 10, 5 35, ?'? 35, 5 50, 0 05, C Ju. (J 30, 6 !?".. 7 00, 7 15, 7 35, - 00, 8 30, 900, 930, 1000, 1090, 11 10 and 11 55 p. m. Sun.lav s 700. 7 35. 8 10, - -". 8 I". 900, 9 20, 9 K), 1000. 1020, I" 10, II .?>. II 20 and II 10a. in.. Ijo. in.. 1220. 12 i". I 00, l 80, 1 W, 200. 2 20, 2 ?, 300, 3 30, 3 l". I 00, I 20, I 10, 500. 520, 5 k), 600, 0 J". >'? I". 7 no. 7 20. 7 i .. SOO, ?30, DOO. 939, 1000, 1080and II 1" p. in. I OR MolNI vi.i:.\o\. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week .lavs.ai 5 45, 6.16, '?*'?. 8.51 1025, il 35a ni.. 1225, I 35, 2 25, 330. I I". 636, B30, 7 35' 8 50, 960. 10 50and II 50 p. ni. Snndavs 700. 830, 930, 1030, II all a. iu.. 12 30, 1 30, 230,330, 130,630,630, 7 30, s io and 10 16 p. m. "Washington Southern Ry. S.-hedule in eflcel May 15, 1910 Trains leave Union Station \'<tr tVaah Injrton and points north al 7 43, v ns, H 23and 8 32a m., 1201, 2 30, - "7. 8 IHand li 33 p. ni.. daily. l-'.n- Predcrickahurg, Itiehinond and points south al I 37. 7 53 (loeal) an.l I".:-! a. m., 1216, 422, ".17 (local)7 12 and B57 p. in. Accoinmodatlon for Prederlekabure at 11 J- a. m.. dail.v. On vv.-.-k days this traln runa throtifrh lo Mllford. Nol i.: I'iiiie ofaiii vals an.l departnivs and eiiiiiie.iious imi guarantced. IV. I' IA Yl.i.l!. Traiii,- Maiiager. Itiehllloll.l. \ a. i.Kiu KKIKS John Ahern & Co., (..in.r I'rin.-e and Commeree Htreeta. WHOLESALE (J RETAILGROCERS and dealera In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. C'ountn produee n.Ivcd daih. <'ur Rtoek <.f i'lain and 1'an.v (Jroeenea cm lu-a.-.s every thlng t<> be had in this llne. We hold lar-.-ly in I nil.-d si.n,-s I.| tnl ivarcboiiae and earry ln stock rarioua I.,-ui,l- ofthe besl PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have aiao In store superiorgradea of Porclgn and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT. fifc S.ilisfictioiiliiiai-intee.la- tO I 'ri.-e :?? ud Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. L. Oorner Cameron and Royal Streeta WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commis.aion Merchants aud d> alers iu ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. fjave on hand Olbeon's \ \. XXX, XXXX and PureOld Rye, Old < ai.in. i and Monogram IVhiakies; also Baker's and Thom|x?on's Pure Rye Whlakie*. to vvhi.-h they invile th.- atl.-ntioii of the trade. Orderafrom the country r..r mercban .li-,- shall i-e.-.-ive prompt attention. i oiixffrnmenUi of Slour. Orain aud Country I'roduce aolleltnd, for which they guaranteethehlgheal market | and' prompt retiirn St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls ('H.VI!l.'.l"U:sv II I | \ V. Opena Boptember JOth. Poll .-..rps of teachers -Preparatorj and Aeademto Departmenta, tfualc, l/intruagea, Art. Miaa MARY IIYDE DU \ al. jel.". :iin_ I'riu.-ipal. Special for 10 Days ? let Bage, Coleua, Ocranlumi tiirti.iin-. tstcra, Ac., ln ssnall aiav ;i.'?i- per rh./.en. Aaaortmentof tanrer plants, Kli-toliOr per 1I../1 ii. '.ardeli [loseliuahes, 'l l?r Mc, The Kramer Floral Co., iThesC pri.-.s only at gneeilbOUMa, For Sunday Dinner lMiniie v our ordn-s for "Quallty" I'-e Cream, abeolute purity in makingand only tbe beat ingredlenta u-.-d. Alsom largeaaaortmenl<>rPancy <hkes and I'i.-s. l-'itic Pound, Fruit and Marl.lc Cake at Jo<- per lb. QMolasses I-'mit Cake 15c per lb. H. Bloch 615 KING STREET. Both Phone*. I.ca.ll.<at.-r sgiiariiit.-.d( li.ri v Coilgh Reinedyto oure eoughs. We don't au oryoiir money back. bceaaaje th no need. It cttres; ijc- bottle.